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Johnny Cab meets the Spinner.

Don't look for a production version anytime soon.

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Uber and Daimler partner up for an autonomous ridesharing fleet.

Daimler will supply vehicles for Uber's network.

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There are humans at the wheel, and the cars will be used solely to gather map data.

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One outfit is even calling for a 50-year moratorium.

Yes, there's a real chance you wouldn't even be alive to see the day when driverless rides hit New York roads.

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The lawsuit alleges that the parties involved didn't provide adequate safety and let the driver operate the vehicle without insurance.

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Unlike the competition, all cars are privately owned.

Think Turo, only facilitated by Mercedes-Benz.

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The ridesharing service supposedly still has trouble preventing internal abuse.

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That's according to a new set of 'Community Guidelines.'

Rules for life in the back seat.

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The discount is for a single ride this Tuesday.

Uber is also providing some election day help.

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Despite egalitarian promise, there's rampant bias.

Uber drivers in Boston were over twice as likely to cancel rides on people with black-sounding names.

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The experiment is more affordable than paying for rides one at a time.

Make sure to read the fine print.

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Electric cars and autonomous vehicles go hand-in-hand.

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The company has designed its own car, and service will start next year in Europe.

This tiny little EV weighs just 992 pounds.

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Facility aims to help the company collaborate with automakers and suppliers.

Here's why it makes sense for Uber to focus on The Motor City.

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The company's CEO also sees private car ownership ending in large cities by 2025.

Let the pink mustache take control.

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Sad news for those hoping to score a new Peugeot or Citroen.

Los Angeles will be the first city serviced by Groupe PSA's new ride-sharing division.

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In fact, Uber has lost over $4 billion in its seven-year existence.

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Rack-equipped Subaru and Hyundai rentals will be able to carry skis, snowboards, surfboards, and bicycles.

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No pedals or steering wheel required.

The automaker plans to have a fully-autonomous vehicle ready for ride-sharing fleets on the road in the next five years.

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According to reports, Lyft has already turned down an offer from GM.

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Uber notches a big milestone in the Big Apple.

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